tetramer

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tetramer

[tet′rəmer]
Etymology: Gk, tetra + meros, part
something that is composed of four parts, such as a protein composed of four polypeptide subunits.

tetramer

(te′tră-mĕr) [ tetra- + -mer]
A structure such as a molecule or a polymer made of four structural subunits.
tetrameric (te″tră-mer′ik), adjectivetetramerous (tĕ-tram′ĕ-rŭs)
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Recruitment of RXR by homotetrameric RARalpha fusion proteins is essential for transformation.
Cysteine biosynthesis is catalyzed by a bifunctional complex composed of two molecules of homodimeric O-acetylserine sulfhydrase and one molecule of homotetrameric serine acetyl-transferase (Droux et al.